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They analysed residential surrounding greenness - at 100, 300 and 500 metres distance- at birth, four-five years and seven years of age.
The assessment of residential surrounding greenness was based on two satellite-based indices of greenness: a) Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) an indicator of greenness including all types of vegetation and b) Vegetation Continuous Fields (VCF), an indicator of tree canopy cover.
This generally corresponds to a higher Tasseled Cap brightness and a lower, greenness, wetness, and NDVI.
One unit increase in the greenness latent variable (with the range of 37.
At the same time, however, the author distances herself from the more politically fuelled ecocritical studies of the phenomenon of greenness, putting forward something that is "predominantly a literary history" (5).
That may have been because she was racing in a hood, and she did show a couple of signs of greenness, but if they can be ironed out there should be even more improvement to come.
With the invention of a portable meter (SPAD-502, Minolta Corporation LTD, Osaka, Japan, 1989) which analyses the leaf greenness, it is possible to obtain indirect values of chlorophyll present in leaves nondestructively, quickly and simply.
Among the topics are evaluating the greenness of synthesis, developing and applying isocyanide-based multicoponent reactions, synthesis without protecting groups, synthesis assisted by electricity, and parametrization and tracking of optimization of synthesis strategy using computer spreadsheet algorithms.
This satellite data is able to detect subtle differences in greenness, highlighting our ever-changing planet.
The use of food-grade grease in the re-greaseable bearings is another lubricant that contributes to its greenness.
We developed a computational neural network and "trained" it with data from 2000-04 to recognise the normal changes in vegetation greenness due to seasonal variation in rainfall in different areas,' explained one of the researchers, Mark Mulligan from King's College London.